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ACSOL’s Online EPIC Conference: Empowered People Inspiring Change Sept 17-18, 2021

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People 2015: Josh Gravens, Advocate for Outcasts

In this week’s Dallas Observer we profile 20 of the metro area’s most interesting characters, with new portraits of each from local photographer Can Turkyilmaz.

As a rule, convicted sex offenders don’t get much empathy, and usually for good reason. Often, cities don’t think twice about creating laws that restrict sex offenders’ lives to the point that they become unlivable. Full Article

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Some black people get killed and they all of sudden want to take down the instrument of hate better know as the “Rebel” flag, but some other Americans get killed everyday via the Online instrument of hate and nobody gives a crap. Sounds about right. Go America!

Josh, my heart goes out for you. I wasted three years in prison for an untimely registration, not a failure to register and my case is currently in both the Central District Court and the California Supreme Court where I am challenging the constitutionality of the law because by definition, the law is vague and ambiguous leaving a registrant open to arbitrary and discriminatory enforcement. Of course they threatened me with a third strike and possible life in prison. I wish you all the best!

That would be double jeopardy for the average mind. But to the depraved lawmakers and prosecutors, it is a popularity contest.

The worst of human nature is shamelessly abound in assigning perpetual punishment for those who have already completed their sentences much like the Roman chiefs declaring arbitrary punishment, or death for any of the slaves forced to participate in the gladiator games at the coliseum.

Very good timing and location for this article that brings attention to this issue: The National RSOL Convention begins today in Dallas.

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